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    Default Unable to access apps installed previously.

    Hi I have installed opensuse 13.2 and I have installed some apps like qemu and I am unable to access these apps. In gnome search I have typed qemu it is showing message as no results but when I type qemu in software management it is showing message as qemu installed.

    Can you suggest how to rectify the above.
    Regards,
    Rupesh.

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    Default Re: Unable to access apps installed previously.

    what message if any occurs if qemu cmd is given in a terminal?

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    Default Re: Unable to access apps installed previously.

    I don't believe qemu is a qui program ie it is run from the command line and there fore not in the menus. None GUI programs do not show up in the GUI menu.

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    Default Re: Unable to access apps installed previously.

    When I enter qemu at terminal I am receiving error as " qemu is not a typo command".

    I have searched for KVM and found an app named manage virtual machines and when I launch it I am receiving error as libvirtd daemon not running so I have searched for libvirt and found upto 15 packages installed but when I search for libvirt in /etc/init.d/ there is no file named libvirtd.
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    has installing libvirt from -Yast --Software Management been tried?

    this should pull in the following packages if not already installed
    brltty
    brltty-driver-at-spi2
    brltty-driver-brlapi
    brltty-driver-xwindow
    ebtables
    gnutls
    libbrlapi0_6
    libcacard0
    libcelt051-0
    libfdt1
    libibverbs1
    libnetcontrol0
    librdmacm1
    libspice-server1
    libusbredirparser1
    libvdeplug3
    libvirt-client
    libvirt-daemon
    libvirt-daemon-config-network
    libvirt-daemon-config-nwfilter
    libvirt-daemon-driver-interface
    libvirt-daemon-driver-libxl
    libvirt-daemon-driver-lxc
    libvirt-daemon-driver-network
    libvirt-daemon-driver-nodedev
    libvirt-daemon-driver-nwfilter
    libvirt-daemon-driver-qemu
    libvirt-daemon-driver-secret
    libvirt-daemon-driver-storage
    libvirt-daemon-driver-uml
    libvirt-daemon-driver-vbox
    libvirt-daemon-driver-xen
    libyajl2
    lzop
    nfs-kernel-server
    numad
    qemu
    qemu-block-curl
    qemu-ipxe
    qemu-ksm
    qemu-seabios
    qemu-sgabios
    qemu-tools
    qemu-vgabios
    qemu-x86
    radvd
    xbrlapi
    xen-libs

    if already installed have a look in the File List tab when libvert is selected, to see where libvert has been put

    then try running qemu from the subdirectory where libvert is

    hth

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    Default Re: Unable to access apps installed previously.

    are the issues similar to those post here

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...79#post2674079

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    Default Re: Unable to access apps installed previously.

    On Sat 15 Nov 2014 07:16:01 AM CST, rupeshforu3 wrote:


    When I enter qemu at terminal I am receiving error as " qemu is not a
    typo command".

    I have searched for KVM and found an app named manage virtual machines
    and when I launch it I am receiving error as libvirtd daemon not running
    so I have searched for libvirt and found upto 15 packages installed but
    when I search for libvirt in /etc/init.d/ there is no file named
    libvirtd.


    Hi
    You need to (as root user) enable and start the libvirtd service then
    as your user, press alt+F2 and enter virt-manager <press enter>

    By default it doesn't create a desktop entry, you would need to create
    your own. Else use virsh from the command line?

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    Default Re: Unable to access apps installed previously.

    I have tried the procedure in root account itself even no use.
    Regards,
    Rupesh.

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